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Wednesday 12:00-1:00 PM EST

Year 1 Dialectic History explores the Ancient World from Creation to the fall of Rome. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 1 History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Tuesday 12:00-1:00 PM EST

Year 1 Dialectic Literature explores historical fiction set in the Ancient World, from Creation to the fall of Rome. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 1 Literature discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Tuesday 1:30-2:30 PM EST

Students will cover a variety of genres and will focus on crafting well-written reports, comprised of strong sentences and paragraphs with vivid words and appropriate mechanics. For each genre covered, students will receive instruction, collaborate with classmates online, submit drafts to their instructor, and receive personalized feedback on ways to improve their writing. Because students will be required to use assigned writing prompts with topics from the Tapestry history component, students are required to either be enrolled in one of our Year 1 History classes, or studying Year 1 Tapestry History at home in order to participate in this writing class.

Typical genres covered in the Year 1 writing course: Parts of Speech, the Writing Process, Graphic Organizers, Sentences and Paragraphs, Reports, Descriptive Writing, Persuasive Writing, Compare/Contrast Writing, Informal Outlines, Short Stories, Poetry, Research Reports, Book Reports, Multi-Media Presentations.

Note: Assignments for this class are typically due Friday at 5:00 PM EST.

Thursday 12:00-1:00 PM EST

Year 1 Rhetoric Church History surveys the Old and New Testaments, life of Christ, and early church history. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 1 Bible Survey/Church History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Thursday 10:30-11:30 AM EST

The Year 1 Rhetoric Government elective explores the development of government in the Ancient World, from creation to the fall of Rome. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 1 Government discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Tuesday 10:00-11:30 AM EST

Year 1 Rhetoric History explores the Ancient World from creation to the fall of Rome. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 1 History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Thursday 1:30-3:00 PM EST

Year 1 Rhetoric History explores the Ancient World from creation to the fall of Rome. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 1 History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Tuesday 1:30-3:00 PM EST

The Year 1 Rhetoric Literature course is designed for Continuing level literature students. This class explores ancient literature from Creation to the fall of Rome.

This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 1 Literature discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc. Continuing level questions will be assigned and discussed.

Wednesday 10:00-11:30 AM EST

The Year 1 Rhetoric Literature course is designed for Continuing level literature students. This class explores ancient literature from Creation to the fall of Rome. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 1 Literature discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc. Continuing level questions will be assigned and discussed.

Wednesday 1:30-3:00 PM EST

Year 1 Rhetoric Literature-Lite explores ancient literature from Creation to the fall of Rome. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 1 History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Wednesday 12:00-1:00 PM EST

Students will study elements of style, rhythm, mechanics, structure, and content in a variety of genres. For each genre covered, students will receive instruction, collaborate with classmates online, submit drafts to their instructor, and receive personalized feedback on ways to improve their writing. Because students will be required to use assigned writing prompts with topics from the Tapestry history component, students are required to either be enrolled in one of our Year 1 History classes, or studying Year 1 Tapestry History at home in order to participate in this writing class.

Typical genres covered in the Year 1 Writing Course: Expository Essay, Analytical Essay, Descriptive Essay, Persuasive Essay, Compare/Contrast Essay, Narrative Essay, Personal Profile, Essay Tests, Research Paper, Playwriting, Multi-Media Presentation.

Note: Assignments for this course are typically due Monday 5:00 PM EST

Wednesday 12:00:1:00 PM EST

Year 2 Dialectic History explores the Middle Ages from Byzantium to the New World. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 2 History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Monday 2:00-3:00 PM EST

Students will cover a variety of genres and will focus on crafting well-written reports, comprised of strong sentences and paragraphs with vivid words and appropriate mechanics. For each genre covered, students will receive instruction, collaborate with classmates online, submit drafts to their instructor, and receive personalized feedback on ways to improve their writing. Because students will be required to use assigned writing prompts with topics from the Tapestry history component, students are required to either be enrolled in one of our Year 2 History classes, or studying Year 2 Tapestry History at home in order to participate in this writing class.

Typical genres covered in the Year 2 Writing Course: Parts of Speech, the Writing Process, Graphic Organizers, Sentences & Paragraphs, Reports, Descriptive Writing, Persuasive Writing, Expository Writing, Informal Outlines, Research Reports, Newspaper Writing, Book Reports, Multi-Media Presentations.

Note: Assignments for this class are typically due Friday at 5:00 PM EST.

Thursday 12:00-1:00 PM EST

Year 2 Rhetoric Church History surveys the history of the church from the early days of Roman Catholicism to the Great Awakening of Protestantism in America. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 2 Church History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Tuesday 10:30-11:30 AM EST

The Year 2 Rhetoric Government elective explores the growth of government from the Middle Ages to the ratification of the U.S. Constitution. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 2 Government discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Thursday 1:30-3:00 PM EST

Year 2 Rhetoric History explores the Middle Ages from Byzantium to the New World. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 2 History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Wednesday 10:00-11:30 AM EST

Year 2 Rhetoric History explores the Middle Ages from Byzantium to the New World. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 2 History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Wednesday 1:30-3:00 PM EST

The Year 2 Rhetoric Literature course is designed for Continuing level literature students. This course explores literature from the Middle Ages to the New World. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 2 Literature discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc. Continuing level questions will be assigned and discussed.

Tuesday 1:30-3:00 PM EST

Year 2 Rhetoric Literature Lite explores literature from the Middle Ages to the New World. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 2 Literature discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Monday 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST


Students will study elements of style, rhythm, mechanics, structure, and content in a variety of genres. For each genre covered, students will receive instruction, collaborate with classmates online, submit drafts to their instructor, and receive personalized feedback on ways to improve their writing.


Because students will be required to use assigned writing prompts with topics from the Tapestry history component, students are required to either be enrolled in one of our Year 2 History classes, or studying Year 2 Tapestry History at home in order to participate in this writing class.


Typical genres covered in the Year 2 Writing Course: Expository Essay, Analytical Essay, Persuasive Essay, Compare/Contrast Essay, Narrative Essay, Essay Tests, Biography Research Paper, Poetry, Multi-Media Presentation, Websites


Note: Assignments for this class are typically due Thursday 5:00 PM EST

Tuesday 12:00-1:00 PM EST

Year 3 Dialectic History explores the nineteenth century from Napoleon to Teddy Roosevelt. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 3 History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Wednesday 12:00-1:00 PM EST

Year 3 Dialectic Literature explores nineteenth century literature, as well as historical fiction set during this time period. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 3 Literature discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc. Advanced dialectic students may opt to read full versions of the abridged selections.

Thursday 12:00-1:00 PM EST

Students will cover a variety of genres and will focus on crafting well-written reports, comprised of strong sentences and paragraphs with vivid words and appropriate mechanics. For each genre covered, students will receive instruction, collaborate with classmates online, submit drafts to their instructor, and receive personalized feedback on ways to improve their writing. Because students will be required to use assigned writing prompts with topics from the Tapestry history component, students are required to either be enrolled in one of our Year 3 History classes, or studying Year 3 Tapestry History at home in order to participate in this writing class.

Typical genres covered in the Year 3 Writing Course: Parts of Speech, the Writing Process, Graphic Organizers, Sentences & Paragraphs, Reports, Descriptive Writing, Persuasive Writing, Compare/Contrast Writing, Informal Outlines, Short Stories, Poetry, Research Reports, Book Reports, Multi-Media Presentations.

Note: Assignments for this class are typically due Tuesday 5:00 PM EST.

Friday 12:00-1:00 PM EST

Year 3 Rhetoric Church History surveys the history of the church in America and Europe during the nineteenth century, including the beginnings of world missions. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 3 Church History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Thursday 12:00-1:00 PM EST

The Year 3 Rhetoric Government elective explores the development of democracy over the nineteenth century, from Napoleon to Teddy Roosevelt, with attention to the U.S. Constitution. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 3 Government discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Tuesday 1:30-3:00 PM EST

Year 3 Rhetoric History explores the nineteenth Century from Napoleon to Teddy Roosevelt. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 3 History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Wednesday 10:00-11:30 AM EST

Year 3 Rhetoric History explores the nineteenth Century from Napoleon to Teddy Roosevelt. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 3 History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Wednesday 11:45 AM - 1:15 PM EST

The Year 3 Rhetoric Literature course is designed for Continuing level literature students and will explore nineteenth-century literature in both America and Europe. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 3 Literature discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, weekly forum participation, etc. Continuing level questions will be assigned and discussed.

Tuesday 10:00-11:30 AM EST

Year 3 Rhetoric Literature-Lite explores nineteenth century literature. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 3 Literature discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc. The reading schedule mostly follows cutting charts as suggested by Tapestry of Grace, leaving room to apply newly learned analysis skills to a few popular and challenging dialectic selections.

Thursday 1:30-2:30 PM EST

Students will study elements of style, rhythm, mechanics, structure, and content in a variety of genres. For each genre covered, students will receive instruction, collaborate with classmates online, submit drafts to their instructor, and receive personalized feedback on ways to improve their writing. Because students will be required to use assigned writing prompts with topics from the Tapestry history component, students are required to either be enrolled in one of our Year 3 History classes, or studying Year 3 Tapestry History at home in order to participate in this writing class.

Typical genres covered in the Year 3 Writing Course: Expository Essay, Analytical Essay, Descriptive Essay, Persuasive Essay, Compare/Contrast Essay, Narrative Essay, Personal Profile, Essay Tests, Research Paper, Playwriting, Multi-Media Presentation.

Note: Assignments for this class are typically due Tuesday at 5:00 PM EST

Wednesday 1:30-2:30 PM EST

Year 4 Dialectic History explores the twentieth century from the turn of the century to the present day. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 4 History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Thursday 12:00-1:00 PM EST

Year 4 Dialectic Literature explores twentieth century literature, as well as historical fiction set during this time period. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 4 Literature discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Monday 12:00-1:00 PM EST

Students will cover a variety of genres and will focus on crafting well-written reports, comprised of strong sentences and paragraphs with vivid words and appropriate mechanics. For each genre covered, students will receive instruction, collaborate with classmates online, submit drafts to their instructor, and receive personalized feedback on ways to improve their writing. Because students will be required to use assigned writing prompts with topics from the Tapestry history component, students are required to either be enrolled in one of our Year 4 History classes, or studying Year 4 Tapestry History at home in order to participate in this writing class.

Typical genres covered in the Year 4 Writing Course: Parts of Speech, the Writing Process, Graphic Organizers, Sentences & Paragraphs, Reports, Descriptive Writing, Persuasive Writing, Expository Writing, Informal Outlines, Research Reports, Newspaper Writing, Book Reports, Multi-Media Presentations.

Note: Assignments for this class are typically due Thursday 5 PM EST.

Tuesday 10:00-11:30 AM EST

Year 4 Rhetoric History explores the twentieth century, from the turn of the century to the present day. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 4 History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Wednesday 1:30-3:00 PM EST

Year 4 Rhetoric History explores the twentieth century, from the turn of the century to the present day. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 4 History discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc.

Tuesday 1:30-3:00 PM EST

The Year 4 Rhetoric Literature course is designed for Continuing level literature students and explores twentieth century literature, primarily in America. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 3 Literature discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, debates, quizzes, weekly forum participation, etc. Continuing level questions will be assigned and discussed.

Thursday 1:30-3:00 PM EST

Year 4 Rhetoric Literature-Lite explores twentieth-century literature. This Socratic discussion course is based on the Tapestry of Grace Year 4 Literature discussion script, but also may include review games, student presentations, geography, debates, quizzes, forum participation, etc. The reading schedule mostly follows cutting charts as suggested by Tapestry of Grace, leaving room to apply newly learned analysis skills to a few popular and challenging dialectic selections.

Monday 12:30-1:30 PM EST

Students will study elements of style, rhythm, mechanics, structure, and content in a variety of genres. For each genre covered, students will receive instruction, collaborate with classmates online, submit drafts to their instructor, and receive personalized feedback on ways to improve their writing. Because students will be required to use assigned writing prompts with topics from the Tapestry history component, students are required to either be enrolled in one of our Year 2 History classes, or studying Year 4 Tapestry History at home in order to participate in this writing class.

Typical genres covered in the Year 4 Writing Course: Expository Essay, Analytical Essay, Persuasive Essay, Compare/Contrast Essay, Narrative Essay, Essay Tests, Biography Research Paper, Poetry, Multi-Media Presentation, Website.

Note: Assignments for this class are typically due Thursday 5:00 PM EST.

Tuesday 12:00-1:00 PM EST

This advanced writing course covers genres such as literary analysis, short story, and various essays. Students will study elements of style, rhythm, mechanics, structure, and content. For each genre covered, your student will receive online instruction, collaborate with classmates online, submit drafts to their instructor, and receive personalized feedback on ways to improve their writing. This class is open to all rhetoric students regardless of the year-plan they are currently studying.

Typical genres covered in the Level 11 Rhetoric Writing course: Analytical Essay, Essay Tests, Essay of Opposing Ideas, Cause/Effect Essay, Essay of Definition, College Essay, Literary Analysis Essay, Personal Response to Literature, Literary Analysis Research Paper, Short Story, Poetry, Multi-Media Presentation.

Note: Assignments for this class are typically due Thursday 5:00 PM EST